Prank helpline messages

Syed Taha Javaid

Pakistan Army has been carrying out much needed action against terrorism in a systematic way, ever since General Raheel Sharif took over the charge of the command of Pak Army. Recently, Sindh Rangers have introduced their new helpline service that will help citizens of Karachi to register their complaints through WhatsApp within seconds.
Karachiites don’t deserve to have this opportunity because instead of registering serious complaints about robbery, mobile snatching or any other crimes, these people are sending pathetic and cheap messages to them. One of those messages were “Someone has stolen my foot wears from Masjid, please help me to get them back.” and when Rangers replied them, “This Portal is for serious complaints.” They said, “It is serious, because my foot wears were branded.” Unbelievable!
Do these people really think Rangers have introduced this helpline service just to solve these petty issues of their life, when already many crimes are happening in this city; of course, not! They are doing this, so that later on they can share it on their Twitter profiles’, just to get famous on social sites. There are many other prank messages that are similar to the above one and were quite viral on Internet few days back. I condemn such immature act of our mature citizens and being a Karachiite, I request to all of them to take advantage from this service as much as they can to eliminate the crimes from our beloved city and help Rangers make Karachi a peaceful city.
— Karachi

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